Bottle gourd (lauki/dhoodhi) is very easy to digest, and being high in water content is soft and easy to chew when cooked. That’s the reason I made it frequently when Devansh started eating roti-sabzi. I teamed up dhoodhi (lauki) with yellow moong dal as that dal too is easy to digest. I followed my mother’s […]
Sprouted matki (moth beans) has increased nutritional value. Easy, sprouted matki recipe as an accompaniment for chapati or as a healthy snack/breakfast.
Ever notice how almost all kids love potato dishes? My kiddo loves it and so did I when I was a kid; come to think of it I still do. This aloo gajar sabzi recipe I am sharing in this post is inspired by my dad’s batata rassa (curry) recipe. He would make it for us when my […]
Marathi recipe of Lal Math Bhaji made using amaranth leaves. Lal math is a rich source of Vitamin A, which is good for our eyesight and immune system. It is also a good source of calcium and iron.
Lauki ki sabzi need not be bland and boring. Try this chana dal lauki ki sabzi recipe, which is spicy and healthy. You can tone down its spiciness for kids.
Zunka bhakar is unarguably the most popular street food in Maharashtra. Use this zunka recipe to replicate the spicy taste right in your kitchen.
I ate sev tomato curry—or “sev tameta nu shaak” as Gujaratis call it—for the first time after I married my Gujju husband, Kalpesh. Like most Gujarati dishes I loved this sabzi. This sabzi is such a great option if you are out of vegetables but have tomatoes stocked up, or when guests are coming over and you […]
I have inherited my liking and this recipe of Shepu Bhaji from my mom. This is one of the few dishes that all three of us, Kalpesh, Devansh and me like. I usually like recipes that are not labour-intensive but cleaning a bunch of shepu / dill is quite a pain. I must confess I […]